2. Eastern Long-Necked Turtle
Commonly found in the southeastern part of Australia, west of Adelaide and all the way east through Victoria and in New South Wales and north to Queensland, in the Fitzroy river. At first it may look like the head of the turtle got stretched out and never returned to normal, and it does look like it. This species of turtle is also an opportunistic feeder, and is also carnivorous, and can eat all kinds of animals, from insects to worms, tadpoles, frogs even, and small fish, shellfish as well as mollusks.